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Reading diagnostic tests

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,899
I'm having a CT/Myelogram done next week, and I'm wondering... When my doctor gets the report, is it only as good as the person who reads it? Or is the report pretty accurate? My regular family doctor ordered this test, since the 2nd opinion doctor I saw didn't think it was necesssary. Of course, I insisted, since I'm still in pain and the last MRI showed minimal scarring.

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